No Intensity 10 Combo is a Pain in the Neck

Even if the Intensity 10 only focused on the neck (that is, minus the other 9 parts of the body that it can also treat) it would still be a best seller. Two-thirds of the population have experienced neck pain, or cervicalgia, at one point in their lives. Granted, neck pain can have many causes, and not all of them may be relieved by the Intensity 10, but that’s all the more reason to learn more about this interesting topic. There are many structures in the neck: vascular, nerve, digestive, and musculoskeletal, and each of them may be a source of pain.
The neck supports the head and allows it to move, so lower or upper neck pain, whether it comes from the aforementioned structures or is referred from another body area, can have serious complications on the joints upon which your head rests. And that’s something you don’t want, and if your neck has hurt before we don’t need to explain why. What we are going to over briefly are the most common causes of major and minor neck pain. They are carotid artery dissection, acute coronary syndrome, head and neck cancer, certain infections, spinal disc herniation, spondylosis, spinal stenosis, stress, prolonged postures, injuries and falls, whiplash, herniated discs, and pinched nerves.

Yet more causes are poor sleeping posture, torticollis, head injury, rheumatoid arthritis, carotidynia, congenital cervical rib, mononucleosis, rubella, ankylosing spondylitis, cervical spine fracture, esophageal trauma, subarachnoid hemorrhage, lymphadenitis, thyroid trauma, and tracheal trauma. So many causes open the gate for just as many treatments, but both the cause and the treatment have to be diagnosed and prescribed by a personal doctor. Depending on the source of the problem you may have to take drugs, or even undergo surgery. However, there’s also the possibility of electrotherapy, which is what the Intensity 10 combo does best. 
Even if you’re lucky enough that your case of neck pain doesn’t develop into a chronic condition, you can still employ the Intensity 10 in the relief of acute pain. In either case, make sure that you follow your doctor’s instructions at all times. As for the Intensity 10’s very own instructions, they are very easy to understand and put into practice, so that you can use this device regardless of how much pain you’re in at the moment, with the knowledge that said pain will be remedied soon.